Helping survivors to stay on board

Doherty, Noeleen; Horsted, Jim
January 1995
People Management;1/12/1995, Vol. 1 Issue 1, p26
Discusses how the remaining employees following redundancies in their organizations can be helped to function effectively as reported in a survey carried out in the United Kingdom. Details about the survey; Findings of the survey; Short term requirements to rebuild organizational commitment for remaining employees.


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